Hair Trigger Alleged at the EEOC

A business claims the agency is too quick to sue.

, The National Law Journal


In a case that could rewrite the ground rules for high-stakes EEOC litigation, Marion, Ill.-based Mach Mining LLC has asked an appeals court to take a hard look at the agency's efforts — or lack thereof — to settle complaints before heading to court.

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  • ColorBlindJustice

    And the Obammunists wonder why economic growth and job creation remain so anemic four years into a so-called "recovery."

  • Merrily Archer, Esq., M.S.W., EEO Legal Solutions LLC

    No doubt, EEOC systemic investigations cost employers millions in defense fees to prove the EEOC wrong. But, the EEOC is only part of that problem. Read more here,

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